RES: Deployment Server/Developer's workstation

gerd_renz3

VIP Member
RES: Deployment Server/Developer\'s workstation

Carl,
I have always appreciated your valuable contributions to the LIST and
learned a lot from them. However, this time I disagree on some of your
points. Let me explain, point by point.( I hope you don't mind. )

1.
"CARL: You can log onto the Deployment Server in any environment, it after
all has the only full set of Specs and DLLs for every environment."
Gerd: Yes, you can log into any environment on the deployment server, but
you are NOT executing a full set of specs when you log in any environment
different from JDEPLAN or DEP7333. All \B7333\PATHCODE\spec directories have
a reduced set of specs equivalent to a partial package. You note that when
you log into, let's say, PY7333 on the DS you get JITI for every program you
enter the first time. You can also compare the file sizes for the TAM files
with the ones from a full package. When you build a full package you cannot
deploy it to the deployment server itself, it's just not possible. So your
\B7333\PATHCODE\spec directory never gets updated, unless you do it manually
(copy-paste). The same is
 

gerd_renz3

VIP Member
RES: Deployment Server/Developer\'s workstation

Hey, my posting to the LIST was far longer then this. Why are longer
contributions regularly being cut off? This is quite frustrating!
Am I the only one getting fractions of postings?

Gerd

-----Mensagem original-----
De: [email protected] [mailto:eek:[email protected]]Em nome
de [email protected]
Enviada em: sábado, 6 de outubro de 2001 08:57
Para: [email protected]
Assunto: RES: Deployment Server/Developer's workstation


Carl,
I have always appreciated your valuable contributions to the LIST and
learned a lot from them. However, this time I disagree on some of your
points. Let me explain, point by point.( I hope you don't mind. )

1.
"CARL: You can log onto the Deployment Server in any environment, it after
all has the only full set of Specs and DLLs for every environment."
Gerd: Yes, you can log into any environment on the deployment server, but
you are NOT executing a full set of specs when you log in any environment
different from JDEPLAN or DEP7333. All \B7333\PATHCODE\spec directories have
a reduced set of specs equivalent to a partial package. You note that when
you log into, let's say, PY7333 on the DS you get JITI for every program you
enter the first time. You can also compare the file sizes for the TAM files
with the ones from a full package. When you build a full package you cannot
deploy it to the deployment server itself, it's just not possible. So your
\B7333\PATHCODE\spec directory never gets updated, unless you do it manually
(copy-paste). The same is


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flyingmg

Active Member
Re: RES: Deployment Server/Developer\'s workstation

WHAT IS GOING ON? =20
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----- Original Message -----
From: [email protected]
Sent: Saturday, October 06, 2001 11:29 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: RES: Deployment Server/Developer's workstation
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I'll be out on medical leave from 10/8 until 11/19/01.


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I'll be out on medical leave from 10/8 until 11/19/01.


I'll be out on medical leave from 10/8 until 11/19/01.


I'll be out on medical leave from 10/8 until 11/19/01.


I'll be out on medical leave from 10/8 until 11/19/01.


Carl,
I have always appreciated your valuable contributions to the LIST and
learned a lot from them. However, this time I disagree on some of your
points. Let me explain, point by point.( I hope you don't mind. )

1.
"CARL: You can log onto the Deployment Server in any environment, it afte=
r
all has the only full set of Specs and DLLs for every environment."
Gerd: Yes, you can log into any environment on the deployment server, but
you are NOT executing a full set of specs when you log in any environment
different from JDEPLAN or DEP7333. All \B7333\PATHCODE\spec directories h=
ave
a reduced set of specs equivalent to a partial package. You note that whe=
n
you log into, let's say, PY7333 on the DS you get JITI for every program =
you
enter the first time. You can also compare the file sizes for the TAM fil=
es
with the ones from a full package. When you build a full package you cann=
ot
deploy it to the deployment server itself, it's just not possible. So you=
r
\B7333\PATHCODE\spec directory never gets updated, unless you do it manua=
lly
(copy-paste). The same is


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MG
[email protected]
 

Carl_Fisher

Well Known Member
Re: RES: Deployment Server/Developer\'s workstation

Fair comment. We all have our own experiences, and it is in pooling these that we learn and do better! Thanks.


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